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Peace And Security In The Asia Pacific Theory And Practice

Author : Sorpong Peou
ISBN : 9780313382116
Genre : Political Science
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Demonstrating that none of the various perspectives under review has emerged as the clear winner in the struggle for theoretical hegemony in security studies, this book shows that eclectic perspectives, like democratic realist institutionalism, can better explain peace and security in the Asian Pacific. • An extensive bibliography covers various theoretical perspectives in the field of international relations/security studies and materials on the Asian Pacific • Helpful indexes include specific countries, security issues, and theoretical perspectives

Human Security Studies

Author : Sorpong Peou
ISBN : 9789814440479
Genre : Political Science
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Human Security Studies: Theories, Methods and Themes examines the concept of human security from different theoretical and methodological perspectives and shows how they help shed light on the different themes of global intervention. Liberal perspectives, represented by global legalism and developmentalism, share the optimism that human security can be ensured and enhanced through strengthening global governance. Realists remain skeptical about this liberal vision. While also critical of the liberal promise, critical theorists and feminists offer radical perspectives on human security. All these perspectives help explain the challenges of military intervention for human protection, micro-disarmament, international criminal justice, smart sanctions, human rights and democracy promotion, and human development.

Identity Trust And Reconciliation In East Asia

Author : Kevin P Clements
ISBN : 9783319548975
Genre : Political Science
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This edited collection explores how East Asia’s painful history continues to haunt the relationships between its countries and peoples. Through a largely social-psychological and constructivist lens, the authors examine the ways in which historical memory and unmet identity needs generates mutual suspicion, xenophobic nationalism and tensions in the bilateral and trilateral relationships within the region. This text not only addresses some of the domestic drivers of Japanese, Chinese and South Korean foreign policy - and the implications of increasingly autocratic rule in all three countries – but also analyses the way in which new security mechanisms and processes advancing trust, confidence and reconciliation can replace those generating mistrust, antagonism and insecurity.

Human Rights In Asia

Author : Thomas W.D. Davis
ISBN : 9780857933263
Genre : Political Science
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Does the increasing prominence of Asia also mark a new era for human rights in the region? This timely book uncovers the political drivers behind both recent regional and country-based changes to the recognition, promotion, and protection of rights. Human Rights in Asia focuses on the relationships between political regimes, institutions and cultures, and external actors, such as international organisations, NGOs, and business. The contributing authors provide important discussions on Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and the Phillipines. Thematic chapters then go on to frame these individually focused contributions, by examining the international pressure to 'normalise' rights regimes, and the relationship between Islam and rights in the region. Providing a unique combination of country-specific and thematic analysis, this book will be a fascinating and beneficial read for postgraduate and undergraduate students in human rights and international relations, as well as scholars in politics, human rights, international relations and government and NGO analysts.

Political Parties Party Systems And Democratization In East Asia

Author : Liang Fook Lye
ISBN : 9789814462587
Genre : Political Science
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Some fledging democracies in the world have encountered setbacks due to political parties trying to grapple with the expectations of sophisticated electorates and introducing gradual political reforms over the years. This book describes how democracy is evolving in East Asia and how it assumes different forms in different countries, with political parties adapting and evolving alongside. It has a two-fold intent. First, it contends that the existing variety of party systems in East Asia will endure and may even flourish, rather than converge as liberal democracies. Second, it highlights the seeming political durability of one party systems — unlike two-part or multi-party systems in the US and Europe — and their enduring predominance in countries such as Cambodia, China, Singapore and Vietnam. Contents:Introduction (L F Lye & W Hofmeister)One Party System:Is Democratization Compatible with China's One-Party System? (Y-N Zheng & L F Lye)The Vietnamese Communist Party and Renovation (Doi Moi) in Vietnam (D L Thuy)One Party Dominant System:Cambodia: A Hegemonic Party System in the Making (S Peou)The People's Action Party and Political Liberalization in Singapore (K P Tan)The End of One-Party Dominance and Japan's Emergence as a “Common Democracy” (P E Lam)Multi-Party System:Thai Political Parties in the Age of the Great Divide (P Chachavalpongpun)Last Chapter of an Uneasy Partnership: The Loss of Jusuf Kalla in the 2009 Presidential Election (S Hadi)Political Parties and Party System in Korea after Democratization: Cartelized Party System and Oscillations Between Two Models (S-H Lim)Priorities for Philippine Political Parties: Mass Membership, Political Education, and Party Development Law (D T Gonzalez)Taiwan's Democratization and the Freezing of the Party System (H-Y Shyu)Two Key Stumbling Blocks for Hong Kong's Democratization: Personal Vote and Beijing's Policies (H Y Li) Readership: Students and academics studying and teaching political science and history, with particular emphasis on the Asian context; executives in the media and non-profit organizations, policy makers in governments and non-government organizations. Keywords:Democracy;Democratisation;Political Parties;Party Systems;East Asia;Civil Society;Non-Governmental Organizations;Multi-Party System;One-Party System;One-Party Dominant System;AuthoritarianismKey Features:Challenges predictable views of the development of party systems and political parties in East AsiaShowcases the prevailing historical, political and socioeconomic conditions of East Asian countriesReviews: “This is an impressive and comprehensive book. The case studies in this book also add credence to the thesis that a stable party system contributes to democratic consolidation.” Democratization

Regionalism In The New Asia Pacific Order

Author : Joseph A. Camilleri
ISBN : UCSD:31822033048075
Genre : Political Science
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'In the face of international developments, globalization in particular, regionalism has become increasingly important in world politics and has re-emerged once again in academic interest. Yet there is still much confusion about what regionalism means and what it implies. This is especially so about Asian regionalism. Joseph Camilleri's truly magisterial study of the political economy of regionalism in Asia deals systematically and comprehensively with Asian regionalism in its various forms and shifting dimensions and argues logically and clearly its conclusions. Reflecting the author's depth of scholarship, it will remain for a long time an essential reference on regionalism in Asia but it also offers critical lessons for the study of regionalism elsewhere in the world.' - Stuart F. Harris, the Australian National University, Australia Regionalism in the Asia-Pacific is a complex, diverse, highly contested and still rapidly evolving phenomenon. Crucial to an understanding of this phenomenon is the relationship between globalization and regionalization, between states, markets and civil society, and between US hegemony and Asian aspirations.

East Asian Naval Weapons Acquisitions In The 1990s

Author : Charles A. Meconis
ISBN : 0275962512
Genre : Political Science
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Examines the hard data on arms races in East Asia by using quantitative arms race theory and by studying the role of the armaments-tension spiral and that of enduring national rivalries.

American Book Publishing Record

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Reevaluating Nafta

Author : I. Hussain
ISBN : 9781137297174
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Depicting NAFTA to be but a stepping stone rather than final product of regional economic integrative efforts, a chapter-specific 15-year assessment conveys the upsides and downsides of North America's Camelot moment.

Bibliography Of Asian Studies

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